By this we mean the predilection for importing finished goods, which threatens Last Database the recovery of local industry, and the focus on the wealthiest sectors as the target customer to be satisfied, which leaves aside the vast majority of the very low income population. the zeethey seem to be the "bodegonera" extension on the export side, that is, developing Last Database coastal geographic areas for the production of manufactured goods for export, without taking into account the consumption needs of an extremely deteriorated domestic market. It would be the reissue of the enclave economy model in the 21st Last Database century .
Therefore, everything seems to indicate that "still life" capitalism Last Database does not require, nor does it promote, the slightest efforts to develop the social public goods inherent to classical development.of capital accumulation. From this perspective, this model of Last Database accumulation would not need to develop the productive forces of society, nor promote technical education, nor the expansion of research; much less create the necessary conditions for such Last Database development. The proposal to expand experimental forms of economic opening such as the zeeit relates to the still life experience in several ways. In the first place, it reaffirms the interest in generating market niches.
With exceptional rules that promote advantages for certain economic Last Database groups over the rest of the population. The importing and extractive sectors tend to be the beneficiaries. Second, the experience of the bodegones reveals the deepening of Last Database wage inequality. Third, the opacity in decision-making, as well as the lack of transparency and accountability, implies fundamental challenges for national accounting and for the collection of taxes that may eventually translate into social investment for citizens. Due to the monumental crisis that Venezuela is going through, a series of Last Database structural changes are urgently needed. Although the changes based on processes of economic opening and flexibilization, but not political.